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Re: Gravity.

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 8, 2001 16:35:47 UTC

I like this thread.

Pair creation produces anti-matter, which in our approximation, more or less disappears at the time of annihilation, leaving in the worse case a mass omega of 1/100,000,000 if I remember GUT correctly. But today the mass omega is greater than 1/100 for visible, ordinary mass alone.

If you are correct about light and gravitational potential as being part of omega, we would not exist today, cause that number would yield an omega of about 1,000,000 if the mass omega is 1/100.

Somehow my calculations are off by a million. Any clues. I'm clueless.

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